The Paul Sebastian cologne was released in 1979 and there are many different ingredients incorporated into this scent. They are all very natural smelling, consisting of spices, citrus, floral, soft woods and musk. There’s something about smelling like the outdoors which is very appealing and attractive to the one wearing the fragrance and towards the ones that are with them. The spice and the citrus make it very sensual but not so much that it is overbearing.
This perfume will last all day and throughout the night. Don’t go for the knock off because it doesn’t smell the same, and it will not last for a long period of time. It is a petty knock off and the only way that you are going to get the real smell is by buying the actual product, and you then won’t have to worry about the scent lasting for a short period of time.
This is a subtle scent that really isn’t that overbearing. It would go great with casual apparel or a casual day at work, even if you are going out with a bunch of friends on the weekend. You don’t have to worry about this smell being too strong because it really isn’t. Spray a couple of sprits before you leave the house and you will have a consistent smell wherever you go. Although this is recommended as an evening wear it’s not as sensual as many other fragrances, which are more evasive in the “sensual” department, but it definitely shouts out that it is a man’s cologne.